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Ida B. Wells – Journalist, Researcher, and Warrior for Social Justice

Portrait of Ida B. Wells with the widow and children of Thomas H. Moss, a postman and grocery store owner lynched in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1892. When Wells wrote an exposé in The Memphis Free Speech, white mobs destroyed it and forced her out of town. She traveled the world writing and speaking out against lynching and discrimination, and co-founded the NAACP and several women’s and civil rights organizations.

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